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Learning Opposites Full and Empty!

What is it

A set of worksheets to help children compare and differentiate full and empty attributes through matching, sorting, tracing and writing activities. With given prompts, they will gradually be able to apply the concepts learned onto the worksheets.

Teaching Objectives

  • Learn to read and understand the difference between full and empty

  • Learn to read and follow different instructions (match, sort, circle, write, etc)

  • Practice fine motor skills

  • Practice colouring skills

  • Sustained attention by completing worksheets

How to use

  • Use the prompts to teach and let your child understand what they need to do upon reading the instruction

  • Practice with pictures first and then on the word itself

  • Highlight to child what label/picture the instruction should be done on

  • Match, Cut and Sort, Cut and Paste, Circle, Cross out, Colour - explain to child what the worksheet is about and begin with the pages with prompts and proceed to fade the prompt

Teaching tips

  • For worksheets with more pictures, highlight what they need to do and help them out with other factors such as pointing out which pictures need to be circled (e.g., circle all the pictures that are full). This is to make it clearer for the child to focus on the instruction.

Embed more learning opportunities

  • Expressive language – Point to a number word and ask “What number is this?”

  • Expressive language – Point to a picture and ask “What is this?”

-Specially created by Our Special Story-

Our Special Story provides Home Based 1-on-1 ABA Therapy, Early Intervention Class, School Readiness Class, Social Skills Class and School Shadowing for children with autism spectrum disorder, speech delay and other special needs. 

ABA Therapy can help to improve behaviours, attention, speech and communication, cognitive skills, motor skills, school readiness, social skills, self help skills and more!

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